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Homerun in Berzerk Land

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Apr 15, 2010 | 6:43 PM EDT
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Welcome to Berzerk Land! It's play ball time and the Berzerk Crew is ready to teach Comeau the nerd a good lesson! Bash the hell out of this geek all the way through Berzerk Land, earn money to buy new gear and gain experience to increase the power of your character! Rack up big scores, submit them and show the world what you've got!



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Total ripoff of Toss the Turtle.

It really is the same, essentially. Only lacking most of what made the turtle game's grind tolerable.
To this game's credit though, it does do a decent reskinning of it, but a reskinning isn't a game.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Ehhh.....needs lots of overhauling

The game seems well thought out, but it is just too similar to others before it (Toss the Turtle, Hedgehog Launch, etc). Personally, I like Toss the Turtle better because it felt like it ran smoother and had mre gameplay options. Here's some pros and cons IMO:

--Nice selection of weapons and items
--Getting to beat up annoying geeks is always fun
--Different characters to select from
--Interesting in-game boosters (commandos, mechs, cannons, etc)
--Having to get achievements in order to unlock certain weapons and items

--Not enough in-game control, besides moving him slightly left/right, which gets redundant quickly (and annoying to have to hold the key unless you wanna pay $1,000 to not have to)
--Could have used better timing methods with the power smash (hard to time right unless the geek is falling from under 600 ft)
--The way the screen shifted in squares instead of having a solid moving screen got slightly annoying (although I can see how it goes with the "rock" theme of the game)
--Leveling up the characters takes too long
--You can only have three items equipped at a time. This feature would make sense in a strategic RPG or RTS type game, but not a simple aim-and-hit game. Just takes away from the overall fun.
--There is no way to un-equip an item. When a new item is purchased, it is auto-equipped, and it auto un-equips the newest equiped item before it. Basically, you're stuck with whatever first two items you buy, and then have to switch between lots of others for your third one.
--the only bonus to the "unlockable" characters is that they each have one stat that doesn't have a max limit to it. This would be nice if it didn't take multiple hours to be able to reach a level high enough to have that stat maxed.
--It takes waaaaaaaaaaay to long to accumulate enough diamonds to unlock the locked weapons and items, and then costs to much to actually purchase them. I played honestly for an hour (about the limit of my attention span to this game) and only had 130 diamonds

It just needs lots of work to make it stand out. This review isn't meant to bash the game or cut it down, but just to give some feedback on what is good and what can be improved.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Nice ripoff from mario, 0/5

As topic says, nice ripoff from Toss the Turtle. Everything from art style to the game mechanics. 3/10.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Incredibley Overused

This type of game has been beaten to death already and now this is just finishing it off by sodomizing the corpse. Art and music is fine but the concept is so old that it's unbearable.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Obviously a gimmick

This flash is more of an advertisement for your website than it is a game. Listen, here's a tip: I would only share this game on facebook, twitter, and with twenty of my immediate friends if it was actually, legitimately fun and interesting. This, however, is nothing more than a polished re-hash, whose "trophies" are just a hack system to justify hours of monotonous replay, and for what? Unlockable items and weapons which don't add anything new, since the gameplay is something we've all seen before countless times.

I mean, I understand we're all trying to make money. Unfortunately for you, though, working in the flash gaming business, this requires some seriously creative thought. Don't just steal someone else's game idea, dress up in a different graphics style, and coerce us into giving you ad revenue.

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